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Audi News: Audi's New Naming System Skips America


William Maley

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Almost two months ago, Audi introduced a new naming system for their powertrains. Instead of 2.0T and 3.0T, Audi would use a two-digit number ranging from 30 to 70 that give a power range. For example, models with the 30 badge would produce between 109-128 horsepower. Models with the 50 badge produce between 281-308 horsepower. We're not fully sure if someone at Audi hit their head or something because this seems very confusing.

Thankfully, it seems the U.S. will be spared from this naming system. An Audi spokesperson told Car and Driver that U.S. models will not have this system.

Source: Car and Driver


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No Loss and No Gain, I bet they will wait till the Hybrid / EV auto's are here and then move to a number system like A6 60 for 60kWh battery pack or A6 100 for the 100kWh battery pack. Makes sense and works for Tesla.

Hope GM does a Bolt SS that has an enhanced software tune to get more HP / Torque and a bigger battery pack.

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